IRVING, Texas - Two days after DeMarco Murray had surgery to repair a broken bone in his left hand, he practiced with the team.
Murray went through drills with the first-team offense and the Cowboys' other running backs while wearing a padded glove. Murray fractured the fourth metacarpal bone.
Murray's status for Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts remains unknown, however.
While Murray was present, quarterback Tony Romo, right guard Zack Martin, and right tackle Doug Free were not. Romo was sticking to his routine of skipping the first practice of the week. Martin and Free are hampered by ankle injuries they suffered in Dallas' victory over the Eagles on Sunday.
Also missing were defensive tackle Josh Brent (calf/personal) and linebackers Dekoda Watson and Rolando McClain (knee). Garrett said Monday that McClain was "dealing with some [injury-related] stuff."